The bitterly cold temperatures continue on!!
Thursday's low of -3 in Green Bay Thursday morning ties the number of days below zero during the winter season.
The old bench mark was 48 days which dated back to 1976-77. We will break that record Friday morning as even colder air settles back into the Great Lakes.
We will see lows drop into the sub teens although northwesterly winds will decrease during the evening.
A couple of weather systems will moderate our temps Friday and during the weekend. Both systems will also produce some light snow which could produce an inch or two with each event late Friday afternoon and again Saturday afternoon.
Temps will warm into the teens Friday and around ten above Saturday.
Colder temps move back in for the beginning of the next week with more below zero temps for lows which will extend our record of below zero days during a winter season.
However, there is some good news. Milder temps look like they will roll into the Great Lakes by the end of the next work week.
Temps in the 20s to around 30 degrees are possible on Thursday along with another round of snow. Otherwise, conditions will be quiet during the next work week.
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